The Uses of Adversity: Failure and Accommodation in Reader Response

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Ellen Spolsky, Bernard Spolsky
Bucknell University Press, 1990 - 216페이지
The essays in this volume contribute to the ongoing critical study of reader or audience responses to texts by focusing attention on the creative misunderstanding in the relationship. While demonstrating that response depends on the functioning of shared codes, it suggests that attempts to explain the communication of meaning will at the same time reveal the varieties of at least partial failure that will accompany it.
 

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The Uses of Adversity The Literary Text and the Audience That Doesnt Understand
17
Author as Reader and Reader as Author Reflections on the Limits of Accommodation
36
Time and Reader
49
Master Text and Slave Text A Hegelian Theory of Writing
90
Bible Reading The Hermeneutic Narrative
101
Prophet versus Audience
114
Simultaneous Reading in Hebrew Poetry An Interpretive Strategy
128
Hebraisms as Metaphor in Kadya Molodowskys Froyenlider I
143
Melvilles Dansker The Absent Daniel in Billy Budd
153
W B Yeats Poet as Reader
174
All Alone Little Lady?
190
The Impossible Conclusion Irony in Gustave Flauberts Bouvard and Pecuchet
197
Contributors
215
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22 페이지 - I would suppose is that, whenever a receiver of poetry is seriously moved by an apparently simple line, what are moving in him are the traces of a great part of his past experience and of the structure of his past judgments'.

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